Since the recession began in 2008 some great people have been made redundant due to the cutbacks that businesses have had face. Imagine how difficult that must be to deal with.Young people are leaving education and gone is the security of being able to easily find employment and know that once you had secured your position you had a job for life.
Pop-Up Business School can help!
The co-founders of the Pop-Up Business School Alan Donegan and Simon Paine recognised this downturn and as entrepreneurs themselves they knew that it was possible for people to be able to start a successful business with no money, they believed that by providing individuals with tools and hands on support they could teach people how to start a business and give them the best possible chance to succeed.
The first Pop-Up Business School was held in October 2012 with huge success. Click here to see the amazing results for yourself.
Since the launch of that first successful event, Pop-Up Business School have gone on to help many others all over the United Kingdom to create their own businesses as well as helping existing businesses to increase their performance.
More than just about business
People who have attended Pop-Up Business School have reported 100% increase in happiness, confidence, self-efficiency as well as business skills. This positive impact has had a knock on effect on their families and the community as a whole.
Providing people with the tools to become sustainable gives a stronger sense of community and encourages regrowth.
Check out this article in The Times 100 which highlights the benefits of small businesses and why they are so important to the economy
David Cameron has also acknowledged that the only strategy for growth is to get behind Britain's entrepreneurs
"The best way to predict the future is to create it"